Awards

Day 1: Investment Performance Awards 2012

Today we name the best in global, emerging and Asian long-only asset classes.

Day 1: Investment Performance Awards 2012

AsianInvestor is pleased to announce the winners of its 2012 Investment Performance Awards for institutional funds management. Today we name the best long-only managers in a range of asset classes, including Reits and ETFs.

We drew up a shortlist of candidates for most categories based on institutional performance data provided by eVestment Alliance and Mercer, based on both nominal and risk-adjusted returns over one-, three- and five-year periods. AsianInvestor thanks eVestment Alliance and Mercer for their support.

From tomorrow, we will name the best asset managers in each market; the best performers in alternative investments, including hedge funds and private equity; and conclude on Thursday with our marquee award winners.

The awards will be presented at our annual black-tie dinner, held at the Conrad Hotel in Hong Kong on Thursday, May 24. For enquiries and sponsorship opportunities, please e-mail Rebekka Kristin or call her on +852 2122 5203.

Summaries of the awards presented at our dinner will be published in the June edition of AsianInvestor magazine. Congratulations to the winners.

Global fixed income, hedged
Macquarie Investment Management
Macquarie Enhanced Global Bond Fund

Global fixed income, unhedged
AllianceBernstein
Global Fixed Income

Emerging market fixed income
Ashmore
Emerging Markets External Debt (Sovereign) Composite

Japan fixed income
Baring Asset Management
Japan Fixed Income Core Plus

Asian fixed income, hard currency
ING Investment Management
ING (L) Renta Fund Asian Hard Debt Currency

Asian fixed income, local currency
Pictet Asset Management
Asian Local Currency Debt

Global equity
ING Investment Management
ING IM Global High Dividend

Global equity, sector thematic
Janus Capital Management
Janus Global Life Sciences

Emerging market equity
Vontobel Asset Management
Emerging Markets Equity

Japan equity
Diam
Japan High Alpha Small Cap

Asia ex-Japan equity
Franklin Templeton
Templeton Asian Growth Composite

Hong Kong equity
First State Investments
First State Hong Kong Growth Fund

Singapore equity
JP Morgan Asset Management
JF Singapore

Hong Kong balanced
Baring Asset Management
Baring Asia Balanced Fund

CNH market
Manulife Asset Management (Taiwan)
Manulife China Dim Sum USD High Yield Bond Fund

Reits, Asia Pacific
The Link Management

ETF provider, Asia Pacific
db X-trackers

ETF provider, onshore
Samsung Asset Management

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